Asylum (III) (2013)
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Told through a series of experimental dance pieces, ASYLUM tells the story of one girl's experiences as she roller-coasters through a series of different nightmares. Surrealism and unnatural aesthetics are merged into one as this character reaches deeper levels within her dreams. Playing on theories such as dream embedding and recursion, ASYLUM deals with feelings only obtainable from our minds and our subconscious. Surrealism is what we make of it and without the limitation of drama and linear structures, ASYLUM delves into a surreal world of imagination previously unseen on film.
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